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th a maddie the restoration of the cal fate and islam's place in the world and in order to achieve that as they have been saying for the last year for example the destruction of israel is the beginning of the redemption of humanity. is that nationalism speak sng is that national interest speak sng the other society trying to pretend that somehow the iranian regime is cold and calculating. then why is it risking everything by supplying arms to hezbollah and hamas? how does that promote the iranian national interest to involve itself in the civil war in syria where they are becoming hated by the sunni arabs because they are arming and protecting an and even sending revolutionary guards into syria to kill imprison and to torture sunni muslims trying to achieve freedom in syria? no. this is a highly ideologically driven regime and at the top of its ideological and theological list is the anileation of israel. and our opponents are saying it's rhetoric. this is a nation only interested in its own interests. >> let's come back on this critical point of what's the most recent conflict bet
more will come. >> sit your position when hagel was squept cal on iran, was that then and this is now irrelevant? >> those are descriptions of the position that is are slightly skewed by the current debate. the fact is on saxes senator hagel supported an aggressive sanctions rejoim against iran and he wrote about the need to continue to isolate and pressure iran through sanctions. >> [indiscernible] >> there is the approach that president obama has taken which has been more effective and multilateral in nature and more effect toif iran and there are individual votes you can isolate and say represent the whole which they do not. the fact is senator hagel supports a sanctions regime against iran and as secretary of defense he will implement the president's policies including his very aggressive approach for sanctioning iran with regard to its nuclear program. >> again 12340r's hagel record is exemplary on all of these issues and he will i'mshire when these opportunity to have a confirmation hearing be asked a lot of questions about his views on policies. fundamentally what is important
you my colleagues. cal,[applause] they are all president and ceo's dave is from the state of oklahoma. involved from the manufacturing perspective on the impact of oil and natural gas. and last and not least, our friend general jim jones. would you please stand? [applause] i think many of you know the general well. he probably needs no introduction as the foreman -- former national security adviser of the president. a very distinguished career. today, he has a consulting group and works at the bipartisan policy center. it will be releasing next month a significant contribution. let's give everyone a round of applause. dili the head table today for being with us. -- particularly the head table today for being with us. with the newly elected congress, we stand on the threshold of a new year, one that presents tremendous opportunities to move forward to build our economy and to create the jobs for those americans who are still looking for work. the oil and natural gas industry has been a bright spot over the past few years. a sluggish economic growth. let me say we are ready to do even m
of representatives republicans have seen the foundation of their into cal strategy called question. guest: republicans have to do some soul searching. first why did they lose the election. a lot were shocked how easily barack obama won. host: you thought romney was going to win? guest: i did. i was wrong. i was not only wrong i was darn wrong. we were wrong by quite a bit. i think that from a republican standpoint they have to understood this is a game of multiplication and addition, not subtraction and division. the more we -- we have to reinvent ourselves so we are doing a better job appealing to wider ethic groups and we also our message has to be better. we have to take our message to more people. we kept the house representatives but didn't win the overall vote for conscious shall -- congressional districts. we have a definite situation that we have to understand. i think that party leaders get that. i think that john boehner gets it and mitch mcconnell gets it and the chairman of the r.n.c. going through a full review of what happened and how to do better. it's not just a tactical p
an appropriate return. if you start changing rules and go in after they put up the cal tal and say we have -- capital, and say we have never gone through any program to take individual mortgages, we're going to take it at what the court sthiss fair market value, which from your proposals every investor will agree, we're going to take that money away and decide what is best for them. we're going to decide where we think and what should happen with those mortgages and in the process, we're going to start to get into a debate of what to do with fannie and freddie who guarantee 90-plus% of every mortgage made in america. we're not going to be able to get the taxpayer off the hook of paying those mortgages. the government just came in and took these mortgages that we don't think are fair market value but now you're asking for more capital to originate more mortgages. i think it is it is illogical. we were doing the exact wrong things to scare investors away. i want to make this pricing argument. are we going the agree on what fair market value is? i'll take fannie mae's numbers. i'll use the go
of what it is translating at all. the beauty of the statistics cal machine translation which is what we use is we can go from any language to any language, if a small amount of time, we'll end up with a situation 100 languages into another 100 languages for all ofhe content if the world. the question is how does this affect things in the middle east? it affects everything beuse a lot of conflicts in the world an especially wars have been created because of a lack of understanding. one of the comments would be, was that there is a large body of arabic language work that has never been translated into anything. almost none of that is online. all of a sudden if we can put all of that stuff online, sort of the notion of having a little bit of respect for each other is going to go a long way. >> another question coming up related. i'm from africa, what is google's contribution to enabling success to the internet by wi-fi? >> what we did, the african situation as usual is worse than fire else. as a society, as a global society, we got to sort of look at ourselves and think how have we allowed
't have any understanding of what it is translating at all. the beauty of the statistics cal machine translation which is what we use is we can go from any language to any language, if a small amount of time, we'll end up with a situation 100 languages into another 100 languages for all of the content if the world. the question is how does this affect things in the middle east? it affects everything because a lot of conflicts in the world an especially wars have been created because of a lack of understanding. one of the comments would be, was that there is a large body of arabic language work that has never been translated into anything. almost none of that is online. all of a sudden if we can put all of that stuff online, sort of the notion of having a little bit of respect for each other is going to go a long way. >> another question coming up related. i'm from africa, what is google's contribution to enabling success to the internet by wi-fi? >> what we did, the african situation as usual is worse than fire else. as a society, as a global society, we got to sort of look at oursel
prepare for the police cal transition, that is one challenge. the second challenge is getting these groups and talking to each other no one is taking a lead to take a clear position on the national issues because of the uncertainties surrounding afghanistan. on the other hand, as you can expect president karzai is being the filling president even though he does not want to run for the presidency he wants to have the most important influence on determining that succession and the outcome of the transition. therefore, i don't think he will endorse any person soon. as soon as he endorses a person he will become a lame duck. he have aligned himself with that group or person. so naturally he will delay that person of clearly indicating where he stands on that issue of elections and successions. the other challenge is our relations in the past that were founded by the community, this time afghanistan wants the international community to stay out of the elections. in terms of monitoring -- the financial ability and the technical ability to run the elections. the second transition, we're transitio
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